As you all know by now, last Friday a Somali “youth” went on a stabbing rampage in the city of Würzburg in Bavaria, killing three people and wounding a half-dozen others before police stopped him by shooting him in the leg.
It was encouraging to read that local citizens, instead of cowering behind Merkel Legos, chased after the murderous culture-enricher before police arrived on the scene. And the incident caused widespread public outrage — could it be that Germany’s Willkommenskultur (welcoming culture) is finally giving way to hard-headed realism about the catastrophic effects of mass third-world immigration?
The short answer to that question is: No.
Hellequin GB has translated a selection of articles from various sources that illustrate the fact that nothing has changed after Würzburg, at least not at the level of the political leadership.
First, from PolitikStube:
Incomprehensible! Federal states stop new deportation law: Over 291,000 asylum seekers who are obliged to leave the country
The number of asylum seekers who are obliged to leave the country is increasing from year to year; no wonder anyone who has somehow made it to Germany and used the magic word “asylum” as a door opener will no longer want to voluntarily leave the paradise with the high social benefits.
291,462 asylum seekers who are legally obliged to leave Germany are staying in Germany and have made themselves comfortable in the land of milk and honey. Their place at the honey pot is secured; after all, there is no political will for rigorous deportations. There is indifference; neither politics nor the authorities seem to care about the grievances and the waste of taxpayers’ money.
291,462 rejected asylum seekers are currently “legally obliged to leave the country”. The Federal Ministry of the Interior announced this in response to BILD’s request. But only a fraction actually return to their home country.
From January to May 2021, only 4,671 migrants were deported. Most of the deportations were carried out by NRW [North Rhine-Westphalia] (1163), followed by Bavaria (762), Berlin (413) and Baden-Württemberg (395). The federal states do not have enough deportation detention places, and fail because of missing papers. The federal police could give them more support.
But on Friday — the day of the Würzburg Islamist attack — the federal states prevented just that. By an overwhelming majority, they stopped a law in draft, the Federal Council that would have allowed the federal police to deport, if they were to apprehend someone who was obliged to leave, if they were caught in their area of jurisdiction (e.g. in the train station).
The Somali mujahid is said to have had a history of mental problems, so after Würzburg the focus will be on boosting the country’s psychiatric industry.
The second report is also from PolitikStube:
Knife attack in Würzburg: detectives demand more funds for the mentally ill
In almost every knife attack, the perpetrator’s psychological problems are placed in the foreground; at the same time “experts”, politicians or socially romantic followers come out of their holes to discuss the background of the mentally ill violent perpetrators and to relativize the crime as much as possible. The chairman of the Bund deutscher Kriminalbeamter (BdK) also speaks out and calls for more funds for the treatment of the mentally ill. Due to the shortage of skilled workers, the sick could not be adequately treated.
The chairman of the Bund deutscher Kriminalbeamter (BdK), Sebastian Fiedler, calls for better equipment in the psychiatric field. “As with the attack in Hanau or the crime at Frankfurt Airport, we are apparently dealing with a mentally ill perpetrator in the Würzburg case,” he told the newspapers of the Funke media group (Monday editions). “We have significant problems with mentally ill people at many levels.”
At the same time, there has long been a dramatic shortage of skilled workers in psychiatry, which prevents the sick from receiving adequate treatment.
“A particular problem are people who become mentally ill as a result of traumatic war experiences.” That is “not an original issue of the security authorities, but of the health sector,” said Fiedler. “The shortage of skilled workers in psychiatry is also an enormous safety problem. Jens Spahn has long been obliged to present a plan for how he will get the problem under control.”
Instead of wearing a black armband in mourning for the victims of the attack in Würzburg, German footballers are celebrating deviants and will kneel to honor people with high levels of melanin skin-pigment.
From Politically Incorrect: